Enrico Crivellaro

Enrico Crivellaro
Enrico Crivellaro at the NiX BBBlues Club
Background information
Origin Padova, Italy
Genres Blues
Occupations Musician
Instruments Electric guitar
Years active 1997–present
Labels Electro-Fi
Website http://www.enricocrivellaro.com/

Enrico Crivellaro (born in Padova, Italy) is an Italian blues musician,[1] who current lives in Los Angeles.

Awards

  • "Best Swing Guitarist – International" (2002), Swing Awards (USA) [2]
  • "Best Italian Blues Guitarist" (2003), Blues and Blues awards (Italy)
  • "Best Contemporary Blues Guitarist – International" (2004), Thropees France Blues (France) [2]

Discography

Year Album Band Label
1997 Down At The Juke Jason Ricci Band North Magnolia Music Company
Oxford, Mississippi
1998 Takin’ Chances James Harman Band Cannonball Records
Chanhassen, Minnesota
1999 My Bad Luck Soul Janiva Magness Band Blues Leaf Records
Deal, New Jersey
2000 “Friday Night Blues Revue” Friday Night Live KPCC 89.3 FM Pacific Blues Recording Company
Burbank, California
2001 Passport to Australia Royal Crown Revue RCR Records
Los Angeles, California
2002 So Lowdown Tour 2002 Lester Butler Tribute Band CRS
Wageningen, Netherlands
2003 Lonesome Moon Trance James Harman Band Pacific Blues Records
Los Angeles, California
2003 Blues Ignited David Rotundo Stone Pillar Productions
Toronto, Canada
2003 Key To My Kingdom Enrico Crivellaro Electro-Fi Records
Toronto, Canada,
2005 What My Blues Are All About Finis Tasby Electro-Fi Records
Toronto, Canada
2006 Mosquito Bite Enrico Crivellaro & Raphael Wressnig Organ Trio ZYX Music/Koch Entertainment
Merenberg, Germany
2009 Live At The Off Festival (DVD/CD) Enrico Crivellaro & Raphael Wressnig Organ Combo ZZYX Music/Koch Entertainment
Merenberg, Germany
2009 Mojo Zone Enrico Crivellaro & Band Electro-Fi Records
Toronto, Canada

References

External links

  • Official website
  • Myspace


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